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The Reading Room

Writing about writing about music.

Henry writes about music and music books for ND, The Bluegrass Situation, Country Standard Time, Publishers Weekly, and more.

The Reading Room

Writing about writing about music.

Henry writes about music and music books for ND, The Bluegrass Situation, Country Standard Time, Publishers Weekly, and more.

Jim Dickinson May Be Dead, But He's Not Gone

Artist Jim Dickinson

Beautifully expressed. The "A little catsup on that T-bone" advice makes me wonder if Trump is a fan of Dickinson. But I doubt it.

Dickenson doesn't say anything about cooking it "well done"...so we can give him a pass on the catsup...

That asshole Trump's steaks are  the only thing about him that are well-done.

Yes, but as we know, steaks are not done well when they are well done...so his steak choices are as erroneous as the others...

Another excellent Reading Room Henry...damn it, now I have to get this one and I haven't started the Peter Cooper book or the Rita Coolidge...yikes, I have some reading to do...

This indeed sounds like a wonderful book. Upon his death Chuck Prophet, who considered him a mentor, told some great stories about Jim and repeated some Jim had told him so I know the book will be a wealth of interesting memories and anecdotes. Another book for my "on deck" circle. Thanks for the review.